Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

We're so glad you're here!

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

Educational Tools, Toys, & Support for Neurodiverse Families

At Generation Mindful, we take a relational approach to helping neurodiverse children and families learn about, share, and manage big feelings! Our play-based social-emotional learning products are evidence based and inclusive by design.

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Join our community of neurodiverse families and get instant access to our FREE neurodiverse parent training.

Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

We're so glad you're here!

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

You're not alone.

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. Some common forms of neurodivergence include autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and Sensory Processing Disorders.

Our educational tools, toys, courses, and parent support services meet children and families where they are.

Make learning fun!

Why is "play" the best teacher?

Neurodiverse children can struggle with learning to manage their emotions, tantrums, challenging behaviors, difficulty communicating, and more.

Our tangible, PLAY-based tools and toys make learning about emotions fun for children and families from birth on up.

With practice (aka play!) children with differing abilities can learn to notice, name, and share their feelings.

It starts with us.

How can we lead by example?

Our evidence-based products and services teach parents and educators how to respond instead of react to challenging behaviors.

The word discipline comes from the root word "disciple", meaning "to lead and guide by example", and this is exactly what our tools help adults do as well.

Access our FREE parent training for neurodiverse families below!

Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

We're so glad you're here!

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

What Neurodiverse Parents & Educators Are Saying:

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Ann

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

We're so glad you're here!

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

Real Neurodiverse Families Using GENM Tools

“Just walked into our play room and found Wyatt doing an inventory check of his feelings ”

- Kelley

 

(Mom of 4 yo autistic son Wyatt who has been

using the Time-In ToolKit for one week.)

We're so glad you're here!

Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

Toys, Tools, Courses
& Community for
Neurodiverse Families

Our range of products and courses are designed to help you connect with your neurodiverse child while allowing them to learn and explore their big feelings!

We're so glad you're here!

Join our community of neurodiverse families and get instant access to our FREE neurodiverse parent training.

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. Some common forms of neurodivergence include autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, OCD, SPD, and more.

Neurodiverse children often struggle with identifying and expressing their emotions and needs. This can lead to tantrums, a sense of isolation, and a lack of communication with other family members.

Need help understanding your child's unique strengths?

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. Some common forms of neurodivergence include autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, OCD, SPD, and more.

Neurodiverse children often struggle with identifying and expressing their emotions and needs. This can lead to tantrums, a sense of isolation, and a lack of communication with other family members.

Need help understanding your child's unique strengths?

How GEN:M Can Help Your Neurodiverse Child

Gen:M products make thinking, talking and learning about emotions fun for your child!

With practice, children as young as age two and three begin to recognize the four different mood-groups we all feel in the average day.

Make learning fun!

Tangible tools make learning fun!

How GEN:M Can Help Your Neurodiverse Child

Gen:M products make thinking, talking and learning about emotions fun for your child!

With practice, children as young as age two and three begin to recognize the four different mood-groups we all feel in the average day.

See How Some Neurodiverse Parents Use Our Tools

Parenting was never meant to be done alone. Join our community for support, guidance, and love!

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See Real Neurodiverse Families Using GENM Tools!

It starts with us.

GEN:M is for adults too!

Our Time-In Toolkit and online courses teach parents and guardians to start responding instead of reacting to big emotions and challenging behavior, leading to more connection, learning, and love.

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GEN:M is for
adults too!

Our Time-In Toolkit and online courses teach parents and guardians to start responding instead of reacting to big emotions and challenging behavior, leading to more connection, learning, and love.

Sign up to receive our FREE parent training for neurodiverse families!

It starts with us.

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Ann

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Ann

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

Parenting was never meant to be done alone.

Join our community of neurodiverse families for support, articles, and other free resources.

Plus, Check Out These Neurodiverse-Focused Articles!

Mama Of Two Neurodiverse Sons Uses ToolKit To Nurture Their Unique Minds

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My Son Is Not A Diagnosis, An Understanding Of Neurodiversity

What Neurodiverse Parents & Educators Are Saying:

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Ann

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Ann

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

What Neurodiverse Parents & Educators Are Saying:

"We tried every tantrum technique...and nothing has ever worked. Ever...I got these cards and within TWO DAYS she was asking to use them when she got upset or angry...I don't know what kind of sorcery this is, but we are so grateful we found these! "

-Amanda

"My oldest daughter is on the Autistic Spectrum. When her anxiety peaks it is difficult for all of us in the house. We use the PeaceMakers to provide a more constant sense of calm and to start dialogues about emotions, which is very difficult for my oldest."

-Amy

"I am in love. I was dubious about my ability to help Miss, 4.6 with severe anxiety and uncontrollable rages, but seven months later she can identify what she is feeling (or asks for help), name it, choose a strategy, move to the Calming Corner and change her feelings. She gets upset but not overwhelmed. I cannot recommend the Time-In ToolKit highly enough. My toddlers get it, the big kids too, and it's helping us adults as well."

-Heidi

"Our 4-year-old son is extremely hyperactive. His emotions are all over the place from happy to anger in no time at all. We purchased the Time-In ToolKit to try and help not only him but us as parents navigate his emotions and our responses to them. The PeaceMaker Cards are our favorite! We go through them and it really gets him to talk to us and open up about his day and what he was feeling. The conversations we have through those cards feel like such a win! Our son loves his Calming Corner and I am so thankful we found this!"

-Amanda

"We have a 2.5 year old with Autism and sensory processing disorder that is delayed in language/communication. We have been struggling with helping him recognize and comprehend his emotions. I put the Time-In ToolKit up less than a week ago and my son came up to me tonight and said "calm down...mad...count to ten, close eyes, calm." This was the first conversation I was able to have with my son about his feelings...I burst into tears! I am SO, SO, SO grateful for the Time-In ToolKit."

-Angela

"My 6 year old son with autism loves his SnuggleBuddy. I was really surprised because he isn't into stuffed animals but he asks to take it everywhere and pulls out the color he is feeling. He doesn't like to talk about his feelings so this is a great tool to get his feelings heard without needing him to voice them...This tired autism mom thanks you!"

-Julie

"I work with low functioning kids in high school and the SnuggleBuddies are a hit in my classrooom! I use them every day in our morning meeting and it is a great way to start off the day! The students are very receptive towards them and they really enjoy it."

-Ann

"My son has sensory processing issues and this has been such a wonderful tool that helps him feel like he has control over his actions. Seriously it is night and day. I can't recommend this enough."

-Katie

Join us!

Parenting was never meant to be done alone.

Join our community of neurodiverse families for updates on our upcoming neurodiverse parenting program, useful articles, and other free resources.

The Science of Play.

It's true! Research shows that play helps to stir up neuron activity in the front end of the brain—that’s the part that plays a critical role in regulating emotions, making plans and solving problems.
 
Play builds social brains that know how to interact with others in positive ways. That’s why “Playing to Learn” is at the forefront of our six-element approach helping children (even the strong-willed ones!) to build their social and emotional skills. Below are some examples of ways GEN:M toys can help your neurodiverse child begin building their social and emotional skillset!
 

Cognitive Skills

Children with social and emotional skills demonstrate an improved ability to suppress or modify a behavioral response and have better attention control, memory and planning skills, as well as cognitive flexibility.

Emotional Skills

Emotional Skills can include identifying and expressing emotions, emotional and behavioral regulation, as well as the ability to empathize with and understand another person’s emotional state and point of view.

Interpersonal Skills

Social and emotional skills can help children understand social cues and engage in conflict resolution and social problem-solving. These skills allow children to develop positive relationships with others through listening/communication, cooperation,and learning to be a good friend.

Character

SEL helps children develop their skills, values, and habits required to understand, care about, and act upon their core ethical values and to perform to their highest potential in achievement.

Mindset

Through social emotional learning, children discover their attitudes and beliefs about themselves, others, and their own circumstances that impact their interpretation of and response to events and interactions throughout the day.

The Science of Play.

It's true! Research shows that play helps to stir up neuron activity in the front end of the brain—that’s the part that plays a critical role in regulating emotions, making plans and solving problems.
 
Play builds social brains that know how to interact with others in positive ways. That’s why “Playing to Learn” is at the forefront of our six-element approach helping children (even the strong-willed ones!) to build their social and emotional skills. Below are some examples of ways GEN:M toys can help your neurodiverse child begin building their social and emotional skillset!
 

Cognitive Skills

Children with social and emotional skills demonstrate an improved ability to suppress or modify a behavioral response and have better attention control, memory and planning skills, as well as cognitive flexibility.

Emotional Skills

Emotional Skills can include identifying and expressing emotions, emotional and behavioral regulation, as well as the ability to empathize with and understand another person’s emotional state and point of view.

Interpersonal Skills

Social and emotional skills can help children understand social cues and engage in conflict resolution and social problem-solving. These skills allow children to develop positive relationships with others through listening/communication, cooperation,and learning to be a good friend.

Character

SEL helps children develop their skills, values, and habits required to understand, care about, and act upon their core ethical values and to perform to their highest potential in achievement.

Mindset

Through social emotional learning, children discover their attitudes and beliefs about themselves, others, and their own circumstances that impact their interpretation of and response to events and interactions throughout the day.

The Science of Play.

It's true! Research shows that play helps to stir up neuron activity in the front end of the brain—that’s the part that plays a critical role in regulating emotions, making plans and solving problems.
 
Play builds social brains that know how to interact with others in positive ways. That’s why “Playing to Learn” is at the forefront of our six-element approach helping children (even the strong-willed ones!) to build their social and emotional skills. Below are some examples of ways GEN:M toys can help your neurodiverse child begin building their social and emotional skillset!
 

Cognitive Skills

Children with social and emotional skills demonstrate an improved ability to suppress or modify a behavioral response and have better attention control, memory and planning skills, as well as cognitive flexibility.

Emotional Skills

Emotional Skills can include identifying and expressing emotions, emotional and behavioral regulation, as well as the ability to empathize with and understand another person’s emotional state and point of view.

Interpersonal Skills

Social and emotional skills can help children understand social cues and engage in conflict resolution and social problem-solving. These skills allow children to develop positive relationships with others through listening/communication, cooperation,and learning to be a good friend.

Character

SEL helps children develop their skills, values, and habits required to understand, care about, and act upon their core ethical values and to perform to their highest potential in achievement.

Mindset

Through social emotional learning, children discover their attitudes and beliefs about themselves, others, and their own circumstances that impact their interpretation of and response to events and interactions throughout the day.

The Science of Play.

It's true! Research shows that play helps to stir up neuron activity in the front end of the brain—that’s the part that plays a critical role in regulating emotions, making plans and solving problems.
 
Play builds social brains that know how to interact with others in positive ways. That’s why “Playing to Learn” is at the forefront of our six-element approach helping children (even the strong-willed ones!) to build their social and emotional skills. Below are some examples of ways GEN:M toys can help your neurodiverse child begin building their social and emotional skillset!
 

Cognitive Skills

Children with social and emotional skills demonstrate an improved ability to suppress or modify a behavioral response and have better attention control, memory and planning skills, as well as cognitive flexibility.

Emotional Skills

Emotional Skills can include identifying and expressing emotions, emotional and behavioral regulation, as well as the ability to empathize with and understand another person’s emotional state and point of view.

Interpersonal Skills

Social and emotional skills can help children understand social cues and engage in conflict resolution and social problem-solving. These skills allow children to develop positive relationships with others through listening/communication, cooperation,and learning to be a good friend.

Character

SEL helps children develop their skills, values, and habits required to understand, care about, and act upon their core ethical values and to perform to their highest potential in achievement.

Mindset

Through social emotional learning, children discover their attitudes and beliefs about themselves, others, and their own circumstances that impact their interpretation of and response to events and interactions throughout the day.

Check Out These Neurodiverse-Focused Articles Too!

Mama Of Two Neurodiverse Sons Uses ToolKit To Nurture Their Unique Minds

How Mindfulness Helped Me Focus My ADHD

My Son Is Not A Diagnosis, An Understanding Of Neurodiversity

Plus, Check Out These Neurodiverse Articles!

Mama Of Two Neurodiverse Sons Uses ToolKit To Nurture Their Unique Minds

How Mindfulness Helped Me Focus My ADHD

My Son Is Not A Diagnosis, An Understanding Of Neurodiversity